Michael Miller represents energy companies and investor-owned utilities before state and federal administrative agencies in energy and environmental regulatory issues. Michael offers a strategic perspective to ensure that clients achieve the best possible outcome.
Michael’s background in energy includes several years serving as an energy policy researcher at Stanford's Program on Energy and Sustainable Development. His research projects included modeling the world market for coal used to generate electric power and designing an energy efficiency workshop for residential utility consumers.
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- Successfully defended state administrative agency’s interpretation of federal law at the United States Court of Appeals for the Tenth Circuit.
- Represented electric utility clients in fully litigated proceedings before multiple state administrative agencies.
- Appealed state administrative agency decision in state court appeals process and secured a partial reversal.